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Best Ever Homemade Chocolate Syrup

Best Ever Homemade Chocolate Syrup

There are just some things that taste better when they are homemade. Chocolate syrup is one of those things. It’s richer, sweeter in a better way, thicker, and more chocolaty with no aftertaste than the ones sold in stores. I like making it on a 

Pressure Cooker Chicken Soup

Pressure Cooker Chicken Soup

If I had to grab just one of my kitchen appliances with a minute’s notice, it would be my pressure cooker. I use it at least two or three times a week and helps me get dinner on the table in record time. Now that 

Sweet and Spicy Glazed Nuts

Sweet and Spicy Glazed Nuts

These little gems are awesome! I never knew how easy it was to make glazed nuts, and wanted to use up the last of the nuts in the cupboard from our gluttony around the holidays. Now, we can eat these by the handful, or chop 

Amazing 1 Hour Dinner Rolls

Amazing 1 Hour Dinner Rolls

Light and fluffy dinner rolls are perfect for any meal. These also make the best slider rolls. Once you see how easy my 1 hour dinner rolls are to make, you will never resort to plain old white bread again.  The only tip I have 

Late Summer Rhubarb Crisp

Late Summer Rhubarb Crisp

If you shop with a tight budget, and only go once or twice a month to the store, there are inevitably going to be times when the larder is becoming bare and still it isn’t Grocery Day. With experience, these times become a day or two at most, but 

There’s Something About Muffins

Orange Cranberry Muffins There was a bakery back in Ogunquit Maine, that sold the most delicous muffins. They were photo perfect, and the size of 1/2 loaf of bread (ok may be not THAT big). You could easily share one with a friend and both 

Gourmet Cheesy Potatoes

Gourmet Cheesy Potatoes

Cheesy potatoes are a much loved dish. They are easy to make and can be made on the stove or in a crockpot.

Green Tomatoes Galore

Here is what happens when the season is not warm enough to ripen the tomatoes, but is plenty warm enough to grow them! What? That isn’t too many you say? Well, this is ONE box. We have FIVE and a 5 gallon bucket of them,